Solos and Small Firm Lawyers Conference Part One: Your Firm
Part one of the Solos and Small Firm Lawyers Conference focuses on the firm and is built around the assumption that as a busy lawyer doing client work plus administrative tasks, there is sometimes not enough time for new business development and management.
Creating a Client-Centric Firm: Applying the NYS Rules of Professional Conduct
Building a firm around your clients’ needs and preferences implements the Rules of Professional Conduct that relate to the attorney-client relationship. This requires a client-focused firm culture, management support, more personal client conversations, etc.
Technology Options for Managing a Remote Workforce: Ideas and Apps for Law Firms
Managing a remote workforce presents operational, technical, security, productivity, and communication challenges that most Firms haven’t previously faced. This talk will identify and discuss these issues and will present ideas that Firms may want to consider as they struggle to operate effectively in the COVID-19 era.
Tech-Enhanced Options for Law Firm Billing – Get Paid Faster
An overview of client-friendly, tech-enhanced options for billing including the use of credit cards, bank to bank payments, etc.
COVID-19 Update – Employment Rules & Requirements
Best practices for running an efficient and COVID-19 compliant office whether personally in an office, working remotely or a hybrid arrangement.
Carol Schiro Greenwald, Ph.D. MarketingPartners
Nancy Schess, Esq., Klein Zelman Rothermel Jacobs & Schess LLP
David J. Rosenbaum, MBA, Citrin Cooperman Technology Consulting
Dan Lear, Esq., Chief Instigator, Right Brain Law
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- September 14, 2020
- Online On-Demand